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Chapter 9 The Quest for Republican Society How did Americans’ pursuit of republican ideals after the revolution transform the nation into a more egalitarian.

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1 Chapter 9 The Quest for Republican Society How did Americans’ pursuit of republican ideals after the revolution transform the nation into a more egalitarian society? How did the role of woman change in republican society? How and when did African Americans create a distinctive society in the South? Describe the social order of the South? How did Protestant Christianity act as a force for social change?

2 I. Democratic Republicanism A. Social and Political Equality for White Men Republican Ideology – –Legal equality for all free men – social divisions acceptable if –Some question this Voting rights for all free white men

3 I. Democratic Republicanism A. Social and Political Equality for White Men Republican Ideology – Power white men White women and free blacks

4 I. Democratic Republicanism B. Republican Marriage Republicanism at odds with subordination of women Paternal authority eroded “compassionate” marriage Divorce -

5 I. Democratic Republicanism C. Republican Motherhood Birthrate declines – Republican wives and republican mothers

6 I. Democratic Republicanism D. Raising and Educating Republican Children Probate Law – Children – Rich vs. poor Schooling Webster’s “black blue speller” Literature

7 II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery B, Toward a new social order Profound social differences Great Hope American Colonization Society? Slave Trade – Migration – demand high

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9 II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery A. N and S grow apart American Aristocracy?

10 II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery C. Slave Society and Culture American born slave population Cultural differences disappear

11 II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery D. Free Black Population 13%

12 II. Aristocratic Republicanism and Slavery E. Missouri Crisis Tallamadge Amendment – House blocks admission Missouri Compromise

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14 III. Protestant Christianity as a Social Force A. The Second Great Awakening Spiritual Equality, human ability and free will South = Baptist and Methodist Black Christianity and Religious Emotionalism

15 III. Protestant Christianity as a Social Force A. The Second Great Awakening Individual Salvation become linked with social reform –Religious benevolence

16 III. Protestant Christianity as a Social Force B. Women’s New Religious roles Become active in religious and charitable work Excluded elsewhere Education School Teachers

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